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. the military alone will see a $46 billion cut from the pentagon budget. >>> fresh off their super bowl win, ravens are raising ticket prices. but the ravens say the ticket increase was already planned, has nothing to do with super bowl win. this is the first increase in your years and -- four years and only the 6th since the stadium opened in 1998. tickets will go up about 10%. ravens are also expected to announce a plan for improvements and renovations to the stadium. season ticket holders should look for their renewal letters in the mail this week. >> okay. >>> and bob tells us, because of inflation, he's going to have to raise the price of his five-day forecast. right? >> sure. >> a dollar. >> 32 cents. it's going to cost you 32 cents more. >>> we have -- january headed our way. >>> 44 now. southwest winds at 12. barometer falling a little bit. maybe a shower. even a rumble of thunder possible between now and about 6:30. just got a report out of hagerstown of thunder and lightning. then we'll clear out. have the report after this. >>> a live vi
: march 1st, more than $85 billion in cuts kick in. the pentagon will take a $46 billion hit. but the cuts will also be felt outside washington. if the agriculture department furloughs workers, expect fewer food safety inspections and higher food prices. if the homeland security department tells screeners to stay home, airport security lines are expected to grow. national parks would have to cut more than $100 million t. could impact everything, from operation hours to grass cutting. from the grand canyon to hear at -- here at the national mall. >> reporter: tom kiernan, from the national parks conversation association says it will have a ripple effect. >> the local communities will get hammered. i think it's devastating. it's embarrassing as a country. >> reporter: former congressman jim nussle, who helped pass four balanced budgets, said washington is doing this to itself. >> all of this is kind of compounding. about every month, there's another crisis that is manufactured by the president and the office. and that's no way to run thin
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